Easy to use application that allows you to search multiple files simultaneously using powerful regular expressions. You can specify expressions representing complex patterns that seems to be impossible to find like e-mail addresses, IP addresses etc.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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MP3 Hint 2.00 This handy extensions allows you to see any MP3 file's TAG contents without opening it in a MP3 player. It supports TAGs in verion ID3v1 and ID3v1.1. It's easy to use and it works even with local network.
Description: V-Grep is an easy to use while feature-rich application that brings - well known in the Unix world - regular expressions power to the typical Windows users. Even in DOS you could use masks, to speed-up searching for files. These masks were later adopted for use in Windows. Masks are special types of strings that with the help of reserved characters - here it would be an asterisk and question mark - allow you to easily describe complex patterns. Sounds complicated ? But it isn't - very simple expression '*.txt' describes every string that ends with '.txt' phrase. Regular expressions are using basic concept of the masks but they add even more special characters that can represent definite number of characters, optional phrases etc. You can specify expressions representing complex patterns that are difficult or impossible to find using only masks, such as: e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, IP addresses etc. In the Unix-class systems regular expressions are handled by a program called GREP (Global Regular Expression Print). V-Grep (Visual GREP) gives you whole functionality of GREP and lots of other very useful options - all packed in a typical Windows GUI. V-Grep allows you also to search for files even without any knowledge about regular expression, but even then it's much better way to do this than by using Windows built-in search feature, mainly because of a more legible search results. Distributed under Postcardware license.
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